Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Singularity of Whirring Vinyl Joy

Ah the joy of collecting vinyl… the crackles and pops while you scan through ghost-written liner notes only four record nerds in the entire universe have read in totality… that non-compressed precision in an oh-so-slightly humped side one… where horns … Continue reading

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Dion Fortune on Skylight Press

Skylight Press is thrilled to reissue the work of one of the most important voices in the Western Mysteries canon.  For the purposes of introduction we defer to our own Gareth Knight, not only an expert on her great lineage … Continue reading

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Gwenevere and the Round Table by Wendy Berg

Following on from the impressive and scholarly Red Tree, White Tree, Wendy Berg delivers the hotly anticipated sequel, Gwenevere and the Round Table.  Where the first book was a comprehensive study of a variety of Arthurian sources the second is … Continue reading

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Scourging and Buffeting: Jurors in the Court of Torture and Blame!

Anyone who has seen Mel Gibson’s films will know that he is quite fond of accentuating torture scenes – almost to the point of fetishisation.  Whether it’s Detective Riggs, William Wallace, or an emaciated Jesus Christ, we have become accustomed … Continue reading

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